New York and Washington: (Kennedy Homes for Mentally Retarded Children, 1963). 4to. stiff red paper wrappers, red cord-tied, paper cover label. (12) pages. Well produced brochure on the works done by this organization. Designed and with two wood engravings by John Depol. READ MORE about THE LT. JOSEPH P. KENNEDY, JR. CHILD STUDY CENTER, NEW YORK. THE LT. JOSEPH P. KENNEDY, JR....
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(New York: The Typophiles), 1996. 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages printed French fold. Brief biography of Monroe Causley focusing on his career followed by a notice of Arthur Rushmore. Wood engraving by John DePol on front cover, printed in blue. READ MORE about MONROE CAUSLEY
N.P. Mergenthaler Linotype Company, 1961. oblong 8vo. paper portfolio containing the DePol reproduction, text on the first leaf. Keepsake issued by the Mergenthaler Company to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the invention of Ottmar Mergenthaler's linotype machine. Mergenthaler commissioned John DePol to do a wood-engraving of this scene as a broadside to be inserted in this brochure. READ MORE about On July 3, 1886, in the composing room of the New York Tribune, an historic event took place
New York: Pandick Press, 1977. 4to. wood-engraving loosely inserted in paper portfolio. Text by Don Wesely. READ MORE about THE PORTLAND HEAD LIGHTHOUSE, A WOOD-ENGRAVING
(Southbury, CT): Chiswick Book Shop, n.d. Catalogue 101 issued by this bookseller. The back cover describes a large archive of material concerning John DePol and reproduces three of his wood engravings. Loosely inserted are Lists 35 and 36 isued by this bookseller, each containing a DePol wood engraving. READ MORE about RARE BOOKS, FIRST EDITIONS, FINE PRESSES
N.P. n.p., 1962. 4to. paper wrappers with the six wood cuts loosely inserted. Done in two colors. READ MORE about SESQUICENTENNIAL LYCOMING COLLEGE IN WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA. SIX WOOD ENGRAVINGS BY JOHN DE POL
N.P. School of Library & Information Sciences, the University of Alabama, 1994. small 4to. quarter cloth, marbled paper-covered boards, label on front cover, top edge cut, other edges uncut. unpaginated. Limited to 50 copies, signed by the author on colophon. Introductory comments by former U.S. Senator Howell Heflin. Wood engraving frontispiece by John DePol. Printed on recto only. READ MORE about A FEW THOUGHTS
N.P. The Typophiles, 1984. small 8vo. self paper wrappers. (4) pages. With a full color woodcut by John DePol of Leslie on front cover. READ MORE about TO DR. ROBERT LINCOLN LESLIE ON HIS NINETY-NINTH BIRTHDAY. THE TYPOPHILES. DECEMBER 1984
New York: Typophiles, 1996. broadside (12 x 6 inches). An announcement of the Typophile meeting featuring Robin Price as the speaker. Printed by hand by Bowne & Co. for the Typophiles and with a woodcut by John DePol printed in red ink. Foldmark. READ MORE about TYPOPHILES, SEPTEMBER 18, 1996
New York: Typophiles, 1997. broadside (11 x 7 inches). An announcement of the Typophile meeting featuring Stephen Heaver as the speaker. Printed by hand by Bowne & Co. for the Typophiles and with a woodcut by John DePol printed in blue ink. Foldmark. READ MORE about TYPOPHILES
An Appreciation by Sinclair Hitchings, a Catalogue Raisonne of John DePol's Irish Graphics by Renee Weber.
Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1982. square 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. 52 pages. An Appreciation by Sinclair Hitchings, a Catalogue Raisonne of John DePol's Irish Graphics by Renee Weber. First edition. Limited to 600 copies. Illustrated. READ MORE about IRELAND REMEMBERED A GI'S RECOLLECTIONS
New York: The Financial Printer, 1981. 4to. engraved plate inserted in folder. A keepsake printed for St. Luke's to assist in rebuilding after a disastrous fire. Woodcut, suitable for framing, depicts the church and is printed in two colors. Folder is printed with information on the church and engraving. READ MORE about THE CHURCH OF SAINT LUKE IN THE FIELDS, A NEW WOOD ENGRAVING BY JOHN DEPOL
N.P: (United States Bank Note Company, 1976). small 4to. paper folder enclosing a woodcut of The Eagle by John DePol. Part of a series issued by the company. Signed by DePol. READ MORE about THE EAGLE, FLAGSHIP OF THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD AND HOST SHIP TO NEW YORK'S BIOCENTENNIAL...
New York: Pandick Press, 1977. 4to. wood-engraving loosely inserted in paper portfolio. A wood engraving of this Boston building executed by John DePol. READ MORE about FANEUIL HALL, CRADLE OF LIBERTY, A WOOD ENGRAVING
N.P. (United States Bank Note Company, 1974). small 4to. paper folder enclosing a woodcut of Marshall by John DePol. Part of a series issued by the company. Signed and identified in print under the print by DePol. READ MORE about JOHN MARSHALL, "THE GREAT CHIEF JUSTICE" 1753-1835
N.P. (United States Bank Note Company, 1973). small 4to. paper folder enclosing a woodcut of the river by John DePol. Part of a series issued by the company. READ MORE about THE LOWER HUDSON RIVER FROM THE ERIE-LACKAWANNA PIER IN HOBOKEN
New York: United States Banknote Corporation, 1974. 13" x 9" Single sheet in folder. This is a Keepsake from the United States Banknote Corporation . The engraving was printed in two colors. DePol was that rare indiviual among the citizenry of New York, a born Manhattanite. Perhaps that is one reason he responded with such feeling, symmpathy and spirit to the many scenes of the city which he created. READ MORE about HUDSON RIVER PIER
Palo Alto CA: CA Magazine, (1964). 4to. cloth, dust jacket. (ix), 213 pages. The fifth annual exhibition of communication art - a juried show of art and design produced between July 1, 1963 and June 30, 1964. Fully indexed for both contributing artists and clients. Valuable reference for art, design or advertising in the mid-20th century. Dust jacket is a lightly scuffed with a little edge wear. Spine slightly cocked. READ MORE about CA'64
The Seventeenth Annual of the American Center for Design, Design Year in Review
(Chicago): American Center for Design, (1995). 4to. stiff paper wrappers. (iv), 156 pages. The Seventeenth Annual of the American Center for Design, Design Year in Review. A catalogue of the 100 winners of the seventeenth annual design competition held by the American Center for Design. The competition is considered the toughest graphic design competition in America. The catalogue Includes full-color photographs of each winning design as well as notes from the jurors and essays by... READ MORE about THE 100 SHOW
New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, (1977). 4to. stiff paper wrappers. 134 pages. Printed in association with the Williams College Artist-in-Residence Program. The exhibition and catalogue of Jim Dine's prints were organized, designed and produced through the collaborative effort of the staff. It contains 236 entries with the prints, conversations with Jim Dine, a biography and a select bibliography. The front free endpaper is almost completely detached. READ MORE about JIM DINE PRINTS: 1970-1977